Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, March 19th, 2010
"The numbers of claims increased from 13 to 40, but the number being successfully defended also increased from 2 to 13 during this period. Claims were most commonly attributed to errors at surgery (56%) or in outpatient clinics (24%). Strikingly the claims are clustered to a few common conditions, particularly the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome (22%) and wrist fractures (48%). There were no claims...
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